Seth Wulsin (born in Spring Valley, NY) is an artist working primarily with space and light through large-scale, site-specific, ephemeral sculpture and drawing. He is a member of the art collectives Artistas en Latinoamerica, and Wubacawi, and is currently a studio fellow at Smack Mellon. Seth is based in Brooklyn, New York.
Ánimas combines surface and depth in the same field of vision, exploring interior dimensions of mind and soul accessible through human portraiture.
Check out Animas at gallery nine5 in New York.
Each portrait has three kinds of inter-dimensional space that all occupy the same spatial coordinates: the concrete, volumetric space of the screens; the pictorial/volumetric space of the images produced by the paint on the screens; and the optical interference generated between the screen grids when two or more planes overlap (without coinciding) , an optically real, but tactically non-existent space.